|Canton :||Zurich (ZH)|
|Political community :||Aeugst am Albis|
|Postal code :||8914|
|Coordinates :||679 317 / 237564|
|Height :||611 m above sea level M.|
Aeugstertal is a hamlet in the political municipality of Aeugst am Albis in the Affoltern district in the canton of Zurich in Switzerland. The Götschihof home and a garage and workshop for Postbuses are also located in the Aeugstertal.
It lies between the Aeugsterberg and the Albis . From Hausen am Albis a road leads past the Türlersee and along the Reppisch to Aeugstertal and on via Stallikon to Birmensdorf . A road leads from Aeugst am Albis via the hamlet of Müliberg to Aeugstertal.
The Borsikon , which was lost in the 16th century and was located in today's Aeugstertal, is mentioned in 883 as Porsinchova. In the Chloster house in Aeugstertal there was the Beguine monastery , which was closed before 1500 . The former monastery and the buildings of the disused silk weaving mill have been converted into residential and commercial spaces.
In the Riedhof mine , coal was mined mainly during the Second World War.
There are buses to Aeugstertal from Hausen am Albis, Affoltern am Albis via Aeugst am Albis and from Stallikon / Zurich- Wiedikon . Communities such as Affoltern am Albis, Hausen am Albis and Aeugst am Albis can be reached in less than ten minutes by car.